This subject was previously known as Architecture Methods 1.
This subject introduces students to ways in which designers communicate aspects of the built environment through the exploration of a design problem. The emphasis is on the importance of the visualisation of concepts for a sketch design and design development. The syllabus includes introduction and application of scale and analogue techniques, including observation, hand drawn sketching, diagramming, and orthographic projection and modelling techniques.
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